Intel vs. Nvidia: Josh Brown wins a hamburger

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CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Intel vs. Nvidia: Josh Brown wins a hamburger” – below is their description.

One year ago, Jenny Harrington bet Josh Brown a hamburger that Intel would outperform Nvidia over the course of a year. It didn’t happen, and now the two discuss their takeaways.

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